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138 - Scenes or Sequences Where Characters Accept Their Death
137 - The Most Memorable Female Villain
136 - What's Your Take on Critics?
135 - The Most Effective Way to destroy a Good Movie
134 - Unforgettable Rescuer Performances
133 - Scene Defining Music in Movies
132 - The Best Subversive Animated TV-Series
131 - Your Favorite Movie Length?
130 - Poll: Most Memorable Bizarre Armies
129 - Poll: Unforgettable Science Fiction Performances - Part II
128 - Unforgettable Black Villains
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126 - Most Frightening Subliminal Suspense Horror Movies
125 - Superhero Youngsters
124 - Top 5 Action Movies of the IMDb Poll Board Users in the 2010s
123 - Jim Carrey's Most Matching Co-Performers
122 - Film Freaks
121 - The Bookkeepers of Death
120 - Your Least Favorite Movie of the IMDb Top 76 to 100
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118 - Face-Off: Taika Waititi vs. James Gunn
117 - R.I.P. Charles Grodin
116 - Espresso, Plase!
115 - Latte Macchiato, Please!
114 - Your Least Favorite Movie of the IMDb Top 26 to 50
113 - Your Least Favorite Movie of the IMDb Top 25
112 - Face-Off: 'Avatar' vs. 'Avengers: Endgame' vs. 'Avatar 2'
111 - Musicals of the 1970s - Flowers and Establishment
110 - Movie Stars Who've Never Been Nominated for an Oscar - Part II
109 - The Horrible Side of Hollywood
108 - IMDb's Top 25 Movies - Most Powerful Moments
107 - So You Are a Producer?
106 - The Most Intense Oscar Winning Portrayal of a Real Musician
105 - Movies With Wired Phones Used in Necessary Scenes
104 - Face-Off: The Biggest Cartoon "Stinker"
103 - The Bonnie and Clyde Syndrome
102 - Adrenaline Rushes
101 - Which Kind of Actor Would You Be?
100 - Which Kind of Director Would You Be?
099 - Beethoven's Music in Movies
098 - Your Least Favorite Main Movie Genre
097 - Happy 250th Birthday, Ludwig van Beethoven!
096 - All About Beethoven: Best Beethoven Biographies
095 - Which Witch Would You Summon?
094 - The Possessed
093 - Things You Would Never Say To a Science Fiction Movie Character
092 - 10 Favorite Horror Movies of the 2010s
091 - Your Favorite Disco Sequence in a Movie
090 - The Most Lovely Character ... ever!
089 - R.I.P. Sean Connery
088 - Paranormal & Demonic Appearances
087 - The Meanest Digital Artificial Intelligence
086 - Iconic Underdogs
085 - A Look Back at Michael Lonsdale †
084 - Unfilmable
083 - Things You Would Never Say To a Gangster Movie Character
082 - The Princess of the Rags
081 - The Best Roles of Dame Diana Rigg
080 - The Ultimate Cinematic Sequence
079 - Most Exciting Science Fiction Inventions
078 - The Most Funny Use of Music in Movies
077 - Face-Off: Snappp! vs. Snappp! vs. Snappp!
076 - How Do You Like Your Vampires?
075 - Cool Blokes in Favored Roles
074 - Remembering Sir Alan Parker
073 - Face-Off: Often Related Main Genres
072 - Most Influential Deceased Civil Rights Activists
071 - Uniting Calls
070 - Captivating True Life Film Dramas for Humanity
069 - Fly Me to the Moon
068 - Dragged and Locked
067 - Face-Off: Thanos vs. Cap vs. Tony
066 - Favorite Sir Ian Holm Characters
065 - Lords of the Rings
064 - Movies Containing Dumb Leaders of Nations
063 - Female Cops
062 - The Most Crafty & Cunning Shakespeare Villain After the 80s
061 - The IMDb Poll Board User's Beloved Little Comedy Movies
060 - Dating Service
059 - Leonardo DiCaprio at the Oscars
058 - IMDb Poll Board Users' Top 10 Movies Since 1970
057 - Jesus Hairstyle
056 - The 2010s Decade: Persons of International Interest
055 - Angry Hair Day
054 - The International Godmothers of Action
053 - The International Godfathers of Action
052 - Are You a Film Freak?
051 - Face-Off: Robin & His Hood vs. Robin & His Hood
050 - Face-Off: Scorsese vs. Gunn
049 - Shapeshifters
048 - Peaks in Music Movies
047 - IMDb Poll Board Users' Top 10 All Time Classics
046 - Camera Works With a Special Effect on Their Movies
045 - Face-Off: Scream King or Queen
044 - Scores That Instantly Bring Movies to Your Mind
043 - Face-Off: 'Joker' vs. 'The Dark Knight'
042 - Most Intriguing Heist Movie
041 - Most Stunning Visuals in Outer Space
040 - Worst Misuse of Vivaldi's Four Seasons
039 - What's Your Crush on the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
038 - The Most Intense Death Scenes in the MCU
037 - 25 Fictional Remakes by Other Directors
036 - The Most Impressive Scream Queen ... or King
035 - 25 Shady "Saints"
034 - The Most Wonderful Hollywood Actor Aged 55+ Part II
033 - The Most Wonderful Hollywood Actor Aged 55+
032 - The Most Wonderful Hollywood Actress Aged 55+ Part II
031 - The Most Wonderful Hollywood Actress Aged 55+
030 - 25 Movie Titles Describing Big Directors' Trademarks
029 - Lady Scar
028 - Closing Poll: Face-Off: 'Avengers: Endgame' Box Office Prediction
027 - Sightseeing Through the Movies
026 - Face-Off: Super-Heroes in Real Life
025 - Most Intense Marvel Cinematic Universe Scenes
024 - Face-Off: "Black Mirror" vs. 'Black Mirror: Bandersnatch'
023 - Bizarre Song & Scene Combinations
022 - Face-Off: Four Kinds of Beaming
021 - Most Intense Trial Movie Scenes
020 - Most Intense Scenes in Comedies
019 - Biggest Movie Losers
018 - Most Intense War Related Movie Scenes
017 - The Most Exciting Real Live Sport Stories
016 - Big Directors Who Directed Disturbing Movies
015 - Meg - Buster
014 - Most Intense Sci-Fi Movie Scenes
013 - Robin Williams' Legacy of Cinematic Jewels
012 - Which Locations of Horror Do You Prefer?
011 - Back to the Ancestors
010 - Most Intense Movie Scenes - Part III
009 - Sean Connery - the Man
008 - Things You Would Never Say to a Horror Movie Character
007 - A Look at Satchmo - Part II
006 - A Look at Satchmo - Part I
005 - Franchises That Lasted for Generations
004 - The Most Bizarre Mother-Character in a Movie
003 - The 'It' Face-Off: Bryce Dallas Howard vs. Jessica Chastain
002 - Forgotten 80's Science Fiction Movies Many People Won't ...
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Shadow in the Cloud (2020)
About 40 Minutes Great Entertainment, Thereafter the Disappointment Beginns
I had the first impression that the movie has pretty good dialogues. Chloe Moretz had pretty good face expressions, which painted a clear image of a young woman with good self confidence in a time when sexism was culturally completely accepted. I suffered with her when she faced the bad language of the other plane crew. It had some moments when the movie got murky and, which forced the suspens to a strong level. I loved to see Moretz as a very strong and determined character, which was Great.
But then the story turned unlogic, unrealistic and sometimes simply dumb. The writers didn't care about physics anymore, some moments are cheesy, others seem to be constructed without any simple knowledge of anatomy. I'm not a doctor, but even I know that some things can't be like they were shown. To the end it get's worse and worst. It seems to be a try to push feminism real hard, which would be ok, if it wouldn't look so dumb. So it does feminism a bad deed. Partly I had the feeling they wanted to sabotage the carrer of Moretz, who played fine in the first part of the movie. The second part made the impression that the writers didn't know anymore how to let it end better. It further made the impression to me that they had real troubles to think of an end that puts the story to a comprehensible and fitting end. But the end just revealed the fact that they needed one specific element in the first half (I don't want to explain here, not to spoil), just to force the story somehow. That's really poor.
To the end it nearly became a close to unbearable b*ll***t. I'd recommend it to people who like trash movies. They should watch only the second half, because the first half is still to good for a trashy.
Godzilla vs. Kong (2021)
You Get What You Can Expect, and That in a Professional Look
When I go in a movie like this, I know that it would be a huge surprise to face Shakespeare'esque dialogues. This movie is made for one sake: Stunning the audience by tremendolous escalating mass destruction - and maybe a little story which is not too weired.
Well the story is really the weak point, like foreseen. It's running linear with no big surprises, but by ignoring a few middle big logical fails, the movie is entertaining very well. Especially the artwork of the big images can be very delightful. I enjoyed many of the big scenes, which are designed pretty good. The only thing which gives me the brakes for giving the optics 10/10 is the totally loss of realism in some scenes. E.g.: when King Kong bites something very squishy, his face should be in a mess right after, but looks very clean. On the other hand, there are scenes when big buildings are hit and break down and fall, a minute after they are not replaced with new one's to crush, like in many other movies of that kind. The place is in a mess after, which is a big plus for the realism, compared to e.g. 'Pacific Rim' or the 'Transformers'-movies.
I really did like it. By considering the story, I would give it 5/10, but with adding all the visual mega crushing-fun, I'd place it at 9/10. It is sure not the re-invention of monster-stuff, but it's solid monster-fun with even some new ideas and a solid villain. So I had a little more fun than I expected and in the end I give it a 7/10. I'd recommend it for everyone who likes big monster rumbles. For guys like me it's big fun.
Cheuuat gaawn chim (2009)
Raw and Excessive Torture for It's Own Sake
There are poor and unrealistic excuses for all the shown torture. All seems very artificial constructed for the sake of showing torture and pain. The worst is the story telling, which is chaotic nonsense. Add some classical music elements and there will be people who are delighted about this "piece of art". Even though the torture effects are obviously handmade, which highers the realism a little bit, there are no insects shown in that blood coated scenario. No flys, no ants, no cockroaches, not anything - just bloody pain with an artificial forced kind of poor story and characters who are very unlikeable. Like all the unrealistic things which are shown, the motives of the characters are exaggerated to the maximum to force the impression that those characters would have a good excuse for their behavior, but they are just very sick. The one and a half hour felt one hour longer than it played. I recommend this movie for people who have too much time and like gore, no matter what.
Basically Good, but Awfully Bad Logic Fails and Plot Holes
I see that movie as a failed chance. The basic story is solid good from the beginning on, the acting is not bad. I like the effects and the ending, but in-between it has serious logical errors, get's too cheesy at a few moments and the music is sometimes over the top. The message is ok, but at some points it seems to be constructed with a common set of story elements, which are used in other movies. That happens especially when it comes close to the end. For me as a movie dude it feels like I saw those in another version earlier with other actors. I think if they would have spent a little more money for a better script, it could have been more delightful. The idea of this movie is good.
I would recommend it for people who like environmental scifi movies and who didn't see many of them.
The Downfall of an American Icon
In countless movies Capone is glorified as the leading gangster, as an unbeatable, ruthless and cold hearted predator, which ever wins. But this movie is based on more human aspects and is a view on the formerly feared gangster when the rush of success vanished. Tom Hardy portrayed Al Capone as the nursing case he was at the end. I don't know if the movie is completely accurate. I read some articles and his wikipedia-site to know enough about Capone's end. In the end it is what happens to all, who walked of the path of the righteous man. A life with fear, guilt and wistfulness follows. Many people knew that he died from a kind of Syphilis. But this movie shows more; the whole palette of his suffering. So why do I give only 7 of 10?
It's hard to see these long winded scenes of suffering, which are made in a strong symbolical way. There are so many scenes which try to draw his inner feeling when it comes to rememberances. This flood of images is sometimes a little glutinous. And the amount of these scenes is a little too much. It is not a typical mafia movie many people would prefer, even though it has it's qualities. So I totally understand that people who prefer movies like Scorsese's epics, are disappointed. In my consideration the movie is under-rated.
Podolskiye kursanty (2020)
Could have been a good movie.
It has good characters and an interesting subject. The war scenes are professional taken with explosions and soldiers flying through the air when that happens. So far so good. But the story is boring in long parts and through the hole time - except the battle scenes - the music tries to ballance the weak dialogues; tries to make them more interesting. Most of the time the movie drips from patriotism and has less scenes to point out the fears of war. The soldiers are unrealistic motivated, no weakling, no coward. It's a black and white scenario. Here the good, there the bad. It's a one dimensional drawing of the.incidences. There is no bad russian in this movie, but all bad people are on the other side. Underlined with dozends of cheesy patriotic expressions.
It had the chance to be something special, just because of the professional making. But the nerve killing cheese score blew it. And of course the weak dialogues. Sorry for the actors. They seem to have tried their best.
Papa, sdokhni (2018)
Dense Story Telling, Sometimes Excessive!
Warning for sensitive people: This movie contains very explicit violence, very hard visualized violence and bloody scenes - liters of blood. The story beginns slowly with a guy who wants to kill a man, who he believes has raped his own daughter. The man is a police man - an investigator - so the situation escalates.
The story is shown from different angles and times. The time jumps are ok, because they are a continous part of story telling. Time by time other characters are added, so the story becomes enhanced until the end, with a few turns in it. Clever story! :D
Most of the story happens in one flat, but there are several side scenarios, especially in the time jumps. The violent scenes are greatly exaggerated visually, to show the audience some blood showers. But on the other hand it is also very comedic and always ballances on a fine line to not get too serious. I think it's the mix of story telling, good camera shots, good cutting, good acting, gory visuals and humor that makes it interesting. There is also some weired folk music, which makes it even more bizarre. I really liked it.
Last Shift (2014)
Strange Scenario, Some Suspense Inbetween
I thought it would be a strange behavior to put a greenhorn cop into the last shift of a police station. I would have thought, that theese honors would have been upt to the old cops, which did their job in there for the last years. But then tried to ignore that fact.
It is strange what happens then. Some of the moments in this movie were like "ok, that can happen". But then there were unreal moments inbetween, that really shocked me. The more the movie moves foreward, the more clear some incidents become. That's what made me hold the line.
At the end, I have to admit that I was shocked at some point, but it was not really new. Scenarios like these are a dozend for sure. I would recommend it for horror newbies. The many jump scares could have changed against more suspenseful scenes.
Avis de mistral (2014)
Nice Feelgood Movie
This is a wonderful story about a divided family, which re-unites. While the mother of three siblings in france has to care for a new job, she sends her kids to her father, which she said good bye a long time ago. So they travel to the Provence, where their grandfather lives. The siblings and their grandfather can't bear each other at the beginning, but grandma gives her best to calm the situation.
The movie is a real heart warming family movie that feels real. It shows the joys of life in rural areas of the Provence. It shows that there are other things beside Facebook, Instagramm, and so on, which can make pretty much fun.
So why only 7/10? I've seen many of similar movies that create as much fun as this one. I would recommend it for anyone who likes family stories. :D
Boring Story About a Teenager Dealing with demonic Powers
A saw a few better movies with similar content. It's often the same bunch of ingrediences: A teenager who moved doesn't like the people around, living in or near the woods, playing with demonic rituals because of social weariness. Variations of such stories were filmed worldwide in a better stage-managing quality. This movie just sucks and brings me early sleep. I would like to see something that frightens me, when watching a horror movie. I would recommend that to people who haven't seen much horror movies. Maybe they find their thrill.
The Nightmare (2015)
I was bored over the whole runtime, because I don't really get what these people got. There was nothing that really scared me. It might be that I can't follow their thoughts, because I never had such experiences. But just hearing it told by affected the people bored me to sleep!
Very Positively & Greenwashed What-If Scenario
This movie shows the vision of a sustainable world, by the ideas of a father who cares for his daughter's future. There are many ways to save earth from CO2-emissions and other threatening things. What I didn't like ist that the movies makes me feel to sit in a religious meeting. All shown is presented 100 percent positively. That would be ok, if I didn't think at some point that they would change a torpedo with a watermine. Solar Energy is not effective enough. They tell about joint electric circuits in the third world and put the idea into more civilized areas, where devices are ten times more often and some of them need very much more than the view they have in the third world. The dimensions don't fit. And I had those thoughts throuout the whole movie. I thinks it's made by the right intentions, but sucks when it comes to reality. I like it, but won't give it more than 7/10. If it had better solutions, including the use of the hydrogen gas an some things like that.
Les misérables (2019)
A Rough Movie About Modern Decency
Institutional mistreatment is one of the most anoying and real bad things that happen. When institutions like the police or government fail, the mob takes over. So if a person is entrusted with an important job or task, he/she/* should really take it serious. When routine distracts form the importance of the officials job, people who are really needed fail. And it's a systematic fail shown up in this realistic movie. It's up to all, keeping the composure, but when people fail which many others rely on, it can be fatal.
I like how the movie shows up, how thin the ice is, many people walk on. I understand that police men have a job which is nerve breaking. But I don't agree that some of them abuse their power to oppress people because they can. I like how the main character acts. All in all the characters are portrayed great ! I really like that movie.
Nice Looks, Poor Story
The visuals of this movie are really spectaculary. It has some laughs, action and really is designed for the big screen. On the other hand it's timewise long winded and cheesy. It could have last half an hour less and there wouldn't miss anything. I state it's entertaining, yes! But also to highly raised in advertisement. If there weren't that much cheesy moments, filled up with the old characters - just to put them into the movie - I would have been more amused. I wish the whole franchise had a more dignified end.
Downton Abbey (2019)
Typical - Much Ado About Nothing
A funny portrait of the former British upperclass. This movie is more drama than comedy. It has a strong human side, but there is also much ado about nothing. I would recommend it for people who like movies with a big amount of text in high language. I would advise to not watch it for people who don't like to much text on relationships.
Ator l'invincibile (1982)
There are many movies about sword and sorcery. But rarely there are movies like this one, which are Completely silly, pointless, bad designed, unlogically and on the other hand sympathic and charming as well. They are documents in film history. The political correctness changed well, when I look at this movie. Some statements of it brought me to suddenly laugh instantly. I saw such naiv scenes last in the mid 80s.
Two hearts beat in my breast. The one which says: Give it a 6/10 for the fun, but on the other hand - lousy acting, timewise like in a soft porn. A silly production design and a story that doesn't really matter. A gave it a solid 4/10 weighting between fun and disaster. I would recommend this movie for teenies of the 80s, which want to remember that times. It's a typical time document. I consider buying it, even though I gave it only a 4/10.
The Good Liar (2019)
Fictional and Twisty
This movie is not telling a true story. It's fictional and provides a "what if"-view. The best on this movie is the cast for sure. Mirren, Kellen, Carter and some other. The old, bad guy is about to take her out, steal her money and then vanish. But when her son hits the screen, it doesn't seem so easy to rob her. After a cat and mouse game over some playtime, things get revealed which no one would have expected, even though the truth lies in the air, somewhere. But that are also points, some people will deny, because they are clearly fictional. On that issue, normaly people expect a true - or at least appearing as really true - story turn. When keeping that beside, it's an interesting story. I would recommend that to an open minded audience that can live with the "what if"-factor.
Told as a Documentation and a Drama as Well
It's an empathic story about living with natur and the border of living with it or exploiting it. It's the story of Hatidze Muratova, a woman in her mid 50s, living with her Mother and a bee population. While Hatidze treats her bees well to get some honey and trade it at the rural market, her neighbour tries all to feed his 6 kids. So he discovers honey as a suplying well, exploiting his bee volks and therewith causing damage. Hatidze has to fight for normality.
The mix of dramatisation and authentic people creates a natural, sober, but also real scenario which could happen around the world. The story is dramatically showing up what mess happens, when people exploit nature. I like it and would recommend it for people who care about our behavior on earth.
Just Mercy (2019)
The Banality of Institutional Racism
It is a low down shame how officials can install a system of institutional racism for a long period of time. Cases like them of Walter McMillian show up how bad that can be - and really was. Since the 60s many things happened and black and white children go to school together as normal, but this movie - which happens to be dramatized from real events - shows up that racism can be felt as normal, even from people which would deny it, when they realize the shame it is. This movie is a great example of what shouldn't happen in real life. Beside being a critic of death penalty, I would recommend this movie to a grown up, empathic audience.
Uncut Gems (2019)
I was a little nerved about the speed the story provided from beginning, but it is an absolutely interesting movie about relations. Howard Ratner, the main character of this overspeed story is about to face a downfall spiral. After watching some time the audience is realizing that he is bound to some guys that play unfair. He is in a fight to survive against all odds. I like how he tries to turn the bad game to a better end. For some time I was sitting at the edge of my chair to realize - no matter if you are right or wrong - unfair players always win. This is not fair, but a real good movie. Exceptional good when you look at former Sandler movies. I was not only well entertained, I would recommend that movie to an open minded, but mature audience.
It's nice to follow the storry of these two men whose fate is linked by friendship. One go-getter and one introverted who loves birds as a symbol of his own whish to be free. The big deal about this movie is that it shows up how difficult it is, to help introverted people, on the other hand it is very long winded in some parts. If the end of the story was portrayed much clearer, I'd give it a higher rating. I would recommend it for mature minded people with much time.
Murder by Death (1976)
A Pretty Good Comedy, According to the 70s
The story was funny at many moments. Only the wide open rassistic portrayel of the character of Sidney Wang screw it. I count that to the times when Hollywood wasn't so deep into other cultures like they are today. All in all, the story was interesting, the structure of the story was ok. And it had it's moments and puns. So I still rated it with 7/10. I only recommend it to people who are old enough to unterstand that unintended rassistic thing I mentioned at the beginning of my review.
It was interesting for quite a time, but at the end it was very mediocre.
A Prayer Before Dawn (2017)
Bonehard Story, Based on Real Events
The story tells about Billy Moore, who is detained for property of drugs in a notorious jail of Thailand. He has to struggle with the dialy impassable conditions of that jail. The rawness and dirty atmosphere of this movies seems so real. So it's easy to suffer with the main character. There are special rules that are hard to keep. So it's hard to see how Billy struggles with his fate. The more to be enlighted with the course of the story. Billy keeps on surviving. ...
I would recommend that movie on open minded people who want to look outside the box to get a new view about other parts of the world. We are used to have good conditions around, but a few people in the rest of the world. Have to manager very more difficult situations, that any of us would bear.
White Heat (1949)
Nice Vintage Story
It's a good oldschool movie, one of the better there were. I like it how the story developes over the whole playtime. It's intriguing from first to last. Just the end is a little fast and the main character doesn't seem coherent in his actions. But that is probably counted to his unstable health condition of the character. I recommend that to cineasts who like see one of the lesser sparkling classics that are still very good.